Per NAMI’s 2018 Findings:

1 in 5 Americans experience a mental health diagnosis per year.

48 million people were diagnosed with anxiety in 2018.

Mood disorders are the most common forms of hospitalizations for individuals under the age of 45.

Worrying about “every little thing”?

Feel like your heart may beat out of your chest?

Lashing out for no reason, or when things don’t go your way?

Anxiety is a mental state that can affect aspects of your life such as work, school, and interpersonal relationships. It can be identified by any of the following:

  • uncontrollable worry
  • restlessness
  • trouble sleeping and/or fatigue
  • irritability

How can therapy help my anxiety?

A therapist is an objective individual that has been trained to identify and work with these symptoms. They can assist you with creating a treatment plan to alleviate your symptoms and learning appropriate coping skills and grounding techniques.

Work with your therapist to:

  • Process anxiety provoking situations
  • Learn to utilize calming techniques and strategies
  • Identify coping skills to alleviate anxiety symptoms